Having launched in Australia in 2016, HC28 has quickly established its stellar reputation for affordable and contemporary high-end furniture, designed for today’s urban lifestyle. The exciting new range features a full apartment collection, as well as wall systems, sofas, desks, chairs and colourful lacquered accessories.
HC28 collaborates with designers who share the brand’s passion for contemporary aesthetics, exceptional production and high-quality materials. Designed specifically for urban living, HC28 products are ideal for apartment living as customers can purchase a full suite to create a consistent look throughout their home. They can also pick and choose particular pieces based on their requirements or select different heights, widths and colours without affecting the price.
HC28’s, the Pianpian collection designed by Steve Leung includes a bed, bedside table, bench, desk, dressing table and stool. Each piece is modern and elegant with an emphasis on craftsmanship and rich wood surfaces.
The existing Teatro collection by Luca Scacchetti now also has a bed and dining table to complement the original pieces, which are characterised by their chamfered wood frames.
When it comes to seating solutions, P&P Studio have designed the Talisman three-seater sofa with contemporary architectural lines, while Francois Champsaurs’ upholstered chair designs include the Emma dining chair and Palm Beach armchair.
There are also a variety of tables and storage pieces designed to complement all HC28 furniture as well as customer’s existing pieces. Frank Chou’s Fond collection includes a range of bedside, coffee and side tables with minimal metal frames; and the Imu cabinet and Imu sideboard by Christophe Delcourt have geometrically patterned façades, as do the Motif II wall system and cabinet by Jackie Yang.
Other new additions include an elegant Paris 26 desk, Joui side table, antler-like Lulu coat rack, versatile Ata flower stand, Totem magazine holder inspired by ancient water buckets, and playful Toy side tables that can double as a stool.
DOMO is committed to helping people live beautifully, and HC28 is helping more people to do this simply and easily. Lead times from China also meant products are delivered to clients quicker. The new HC28 range is on display at DOMO’s seven showrooms across New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria